Volunteer Woking

A member of the Woking, Surrey Business and Surrey communities

About Volunteer Woking

Volunteer in Woking provides a range of services to the voluntary organisations and community groups in the Woking area, including:

• Information, advice and training

• Information and support on funding & group development.

• Promoting voluntary work in the community and actively recruiting and placing volunteers in organisations of their choice.

• Acting as an 'umbrella' for all voluntary/charitable activities.

• New initiatives & organisations in the response to local needs.

• Providing representative and advice to voluntary bodies in order that they may work together in the best interests of their service users

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Money Management and Healthy Eating Food course

A money management and healthy eating course being held inMarch over three sessions. This is being organized by Foodwise and Mascot andany enquiries or to book a place for any of your clients who may be interestedplease phone 01932 988160 or email hub@mascotwoking.org.uk

Mercer Surrey Half Marathon - 11 March 2018

This event is made possible by our team of volunteers. Everyone who volunteers at the Mercer Surrey Half Marathon is rewarded with a free place for themselves or a friend in 2019. There are a variety of roles available, and we ensure that we consider your preferences and strengths when we allocate you a role.

I’d like to volunteer.

Great! There is no selection process – we welcome everyone to come and volunteer. You might not hear from us straight away, but we will be in touch closer to the event.

If you would like further information, please contact Volunteer Woking on 01483 743851 or e-mail volunteer@woking.gov.uk

The Mercer Surrey Half Marathon is a friendly and local event, which promises a high quality experience for every runner. The fast, flat course invites great mix of novices and returning runners back each year, and boasts one of the fastest half marathon course records of 01:02 hrs.

This scenic, single-lap half marathon is set in the glorious countryside surrounding Woking and Guildford, and follows a fully-closed and professionally marked and measured route out from Woking town into the rural delights of the nearby quaint villages. This picturesque race is made even more enjoyable by live music and communities of local supporters

Coaching Course

Surrey FA have organised their first Inclusive Level 1 Coaching Course for candidates with a disability in March 2018. Details are listed below.

Please direct all enquires and to ask for an expression of interest form, e-mail Emma.Barnes@SurreyFA.com by 20th February.

Good Neighbourhood Schemes – Can you help?

No two Good Neighbours schemes areidentical but the intention is broadly similar in every case. Namely, to offer the practical help that can make all the difference to our elderly, disabledand housebound clients, often this is due to family members living too far awayto help. Good Neighbours schemes provide help like transport to doctor’sappointments, hospital, social events. There is no regular commitment, you willbe offered trips by telephone and are free to choose which to accept.

These schemes need volunteers urgently.CAN YOU HELP? You will need to live in the area you coveras each scheme is covered by their postcodes.

Below is a list of the Woking andsurrounding area Good Neighbourhood schemes.

Are you able to spare a few hours eachweek. Own car required and a current clean driving licence is required.Expenses are paid.

If you would like further informationor would like to volunteer, please contact Volunteer Woking on 01483 743851 oremail volunteer@woking.gov.uk


Byfleet Care

Goldsworth Care

Horsell Care

Knaphill Care


Old Woking

Pyrford & Wisley

SECAM (Central Woking)

Sheerwater Helping Hands

St. Johns Care

South West & Barnsbury

Doug from Mayford becamea client of Neighbourly Help Around Mayford when health issues meant that hecould no longer drive. Doug says: “My wife is in a nursing home and one of thevolunteer drivers takes me to see her once a week. Without that support Ireally wouldn’t see her very often. My daughters don’t live nearby and it’s acomfort to them to know that I can still see their Mum.”

Wendy is a volunteerdriver for Neighbourly Help Around Mayford and helps local people like Doug toget out and about. “I can’t stand not being busy” she says. “Once mygrandchildren started to go to school, I needed something else to do. It’sgreat to know that I can help Doug to stay in contact with his wife or just popsomeone to the doctor’s. Those small trips make such a big difference.”

Becoming a volunteerdriver is easy and volunteers can give as much or as little time as theychoose, as well as decide the days and times during which they are available.

Environmental working party 24th March 2018

Please see further information below.

Become a Dementia Friend - Places still available

Please see information below. This is so useful for anyone who would like to more about Dementia or comes across Dementia in their daily life's.
15 Feb 2018 at 5:30pm
until 15 Feb 2018 at 7:00pm
Brockhill Community Centre
Clifton Way

New Group Quiz afternoon

Posted on behalf of Brightwell Group
Please find further information below.
08 Feb 2018 at 2:00pm
until 08 Feb 2018 at 4:00pm
Old Woking Road

Volunteers needed for a New Art Group in Woking

Further information can be found below.

Surrey Gypsy Traveller Communities Forum presents...

Posted on behalf of Surrey History Centre
A People Uncounted.
27 Jan 2018 at 11:15am
until 27 Jan 2018 at 1:00pm
130 Goldsworth Road
GU21 6NO


Posted on behalf of The Shah Jahan Mosque
Please see information below.
18 Feb 2018 at 12:00pm
until 18 Feb 2018 at 3:00pm
14 Oriental Road
GU22 7BA